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1st place winners of a $500 college scholarship, left to right In grades 7-8 the first place winner is Bailey Ross from Hilliard Weaver Middle School for inventing the Binder Bandaid, a device that prevents the rings of a binder from warping and overlapping. In grade 6 the first place winner is Ashley Cokes from Arts Impact Middle School (Columbus Public School District) for inventing the Headache Helmet, a helmet with screws designed to relieve pressure on the head. In grade 5 the first place winner is Michael Reasoner from Clinton Elementary (Columbus Public School District) for inventing The Locker Mailbox, a mailbox that fits inside a school locker door and allows students to receive notes through the door vents. In grade 4 the first place winner is Jessica Nystrom from Avery Elementary (Hilliard City School District) for inventing the Land Rover Invisible Leash, a portable invisible dog fence. In grade 3 the first place winner is Kayla Spencer from Alpine Elementary (Columbus City School District) for inventing the Clean Tire Shield, a shield that goes around dirty bicycle tires to protect carpet and floors. In grades K-2 the first place winner is Lillian Weber from Conger Elementary (Delaware City School District) for inventing The Sink Saver, a disposable liner that goes on the sink before shaving or brushing teeth.